Independent filmmaker Jim Jarmusch’s latest offering is a collection of eleven conversations, featuring celebrities such as Cate Blanchett, Steve Coogan, and Bill Murray. Now released by Tartan, Michael Sunda takes his with plenty of sugar…
Park Chan-Wook's much anticipated and highly controversial Korean revenge flick is given a meticulously detailed 2-disc DVD release by Tartan. The film is a stylish blend of arthouse invention and Charles Bronson-esque brutality that ultimately falls short of expectations. Alex Hewison reviews.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the region 2 release of Invitation of a Gunfighter. A Yul Brynner Western, the film often touches on a number of interesting themes, but never has the conviction to engage with them fully. Aiding the disappointment is a presentation that is never better than lacklus
Another Tamil cinema release, Lesa Lesa is a romantic comedy - starring Vivek, naturally - that doesn't quite convince, but has plenty of colour, music, comedy and action.
Noel Megahey has tremendous fun watching another recent Tamil cinema blockbuster, starring Vikram, Jyotika and Vivek - which means plenty of action, comedy, romance and some great music and dance numbers. Pure unadulterated entertainment.
Mike Sutton takes a look at the R1 MGM release of "New York New York", available on its own and as part of the 4 film Martin Scorsese Collection. It's a failure but an ambitious and rather beautiful failure which deserves to be seen. The quality of the DVD is frustratingly inconsistent.
Ken Russell may not be a fan but for those that are Anthony Nield has reviewed the region 2 release of Little Britain : The Comic Relief Special, a charity DVD available exclusively through HMV.
Nine years after they met in Vienna, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy meet up again in Paris in Before Sunset, Richard Linklater's fine follow-up to Before Sunrise. Gary Couzens reviews the Region 2 release which again has good picture and sound but extras are a little lacking.
Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy meet by chance in Vienna and spend the day and night together in Richard Linklater's 1995 cult favourite Before Sunrise. Gary Couzens reviews the Region 2 release which is available singly or in a box set with its sequel Before Sunset. The DVD picture and so
Anthony Nield has reviewed the region 2 release of Geronimo. Of the various Westerns gaining a bare bones release from MGM, this is undoubtedly one of the worst. In 1962 its sympathetic treatment of the Apaches may have been forward thinking, but now strikes the viewer as both muddled and hop
The penultimate volume of this 25 episode series offers surprisingly little in terms of story development, but continues to offer satisfying fantasy adventuring suitable for all ages. Dave Foster reviews...
Mike Sutton takes a look at the MGM R1 release of "Raging Bull", a new 2 disc Special Edition available as part of the their five disc Scorsese Collection. A great movie is now given the treatment it should have been given five years ago.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the region 0 release of Angel on the Right. A nicely understated Tajikistan drama, Tartan have released the film with the bare minimum of extras but also a pleasingly crisp transfer.
There's only one more volume after this. So far things have been great and volume 6 surprises on plenty of levels this time. Kev keeps up with Misaki and Hikaru as they fight on - right on!
"Every puzzle has its pieces". That's certainly true with Saw, a successful horror film with bite. D.J. Nock reviews the Region 1 release of James Wan's modern cult favourite, now available from Lion's Gate...
The Creep is our guide for three horrific tales "from the minds of Stephen King and George Romero". D.J. Nock reviews Anchor Bay's deluxe edition of Creepshow 2, now available in a crypt near you...
Anthony Nield has reviewed the region 2 release of Saved!, a faintly amusing but generally toothless satire on religious fundamentalism. Despite its low key performance in the UK, MGM have granted the film with the special edition treatment, though the extras are largely of little consequence
Noel Megahey reviews Pathé’s UK Region 2 release of ‘Comme Une Image’, from the acclaimed writing/acting/directing team of Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri. An overweight girl with singing talent tries to rise out of the shadow of her father’s fame and be judged for her own abilities.
Anthony Nield has reviewed DD Video's region 2 release of Western Approaches. A classic of wartime propaganda cinema, the film's documentary techniques and non-professional actors, not to mention Jack Cardiff's superb Technicolor photography, mean that it still holds up remarkalby well to thi
One of the few Thai films to be released on DVD in the UK, Bang Rajan is an epic film that shows the outnumbered Siamese villagers bravely fight off wave after wave of attacks from Burmese invaders. Premier Asia have released it on a two-disc Collector's Edition, which is out to own later this month
Anthony Nield has reviewed Anchor Bay's region 2 release of The Manson Family. No better than any other trashy exploitation flick - despite its filmmakers' claims - the company have at least offered it a fine presentation and given it the two-disc special edition treatment. Not all the extras
Anthony Nield has reviewed Momentum's region 2 release of I'm With Lucy, a high concept but ultimately wafer-thin romantic comedy than looks merely adequate on disc and offers only the slightest of special features.
The adventurers continue their journey through Wonderland in Volume 5 of Final Fantasy: Unlimited which contains three episodes for Dave to explore in more detail...
Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 2 release of Doctor Who: Horror of Fang Rock, in which the Fourth Doctor and Leela encounter something nasty in a lighthouse in the early 1900s. As ever, the serial looks and sounds as good as it is ever likely to, and the extras are well chosen.